1st Gold Day Program Recognition Assembly of the Year!!!! Friday, October 24, 2014
Career and Technical Education students recognized at Mt. Blue Campus
The 12 Career and Technical Education students who were recognized at today’s assembly. In the front row, left to right, is Sarah Spencer, Patty Brady, Kelsey Brann and Autumn Clair. In the middle row, left to right, is Nate Vining, Sadie Knight, Tim Decker and Scott Bachelder. In the top row, left to right, is Hayden York, Haley Bickford, Grace Libby and Nathan Fahn. All of the students are from Mt. Blue RSD, except for Bachelder and York, who are from MSAD 58.
FARMINGTON – Mt. Blue Campus’ Career and Technical Education programs recognized some of their best students Friday, at the Foster CTE Gold Day Program Recognition Assembly.
The campus holds four such assemblies annually, one for Gold Day and one for Blue Day students at the end of each semester. It’s a chance to recognize the achievements of students studying in a wide variety of fields, ranging from metal fabrication to biotechnology to nursing to firefighting. Many of the recognized students were selected by their peers.
Each student received a certificate and hooded sweatshirt created by the school’s Commercial Arts program. Afterwards, the program students attend a barbecue put on by the Culinary Arts students.
“We have a little social time in recognition for the work everyone’s done at the end of the quarter,” CTE Director Glenn Kapiloff said.
Students recognized Friday include:
- Autumn Clair, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for her work in the Agriculture Technology program.
- Nathan Fahn, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for his work in the Building Construction program.
- Tim Decker, from the Mt. Blue Campus for his work in the Metal Fabrication program.
- Sarah Spencer, from the Mt. Blue campus, for her work in the Commercial Arts and Photography program.
- Nate Vining, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for his work in the Computer Technology program.
- Patty Brady, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for her work in the Culinary Arts program.
- Grace Libby, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for her work in the Digital Media program.
- Kelsey Brann, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for her work in the Early Childhood program.
- Scott Bachelder, from Mt. Abram High School, for his work in the Employability Skills program.
- Hayden York, from Mt. Abram High School, for his work in the Forestry program.
- Sadie Knight, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for her work in the Automotive Technology program.
- Haley Bickford, from the Mt. Blue Campus, for her work in the Nursing Assistance program.
Students at the assembly. In the back, left to right, is Scott Vining with Automotive Technology, Chris Maxim with Forestry, Charlie Fontaine with Commercial Arts and Rodney Spiller with the Agriculture Technology and Forestry programs.
Culinary Arts teacher Sean Minear, at right, and his students prepared burgers, hot dogs and fries for the Career and Technical Education students.